Kansas City Chiefs take down Los Angeles Chargers

The Kansas City Chiefs are celebrating a victory to start week two. In the divisional duel with the Los Angeles Chargers, the team around quarterback Patrick Mahomes wins 27:24.

Munich/Kansas City – To kick off week two, the Kansas City Chiefs kept the upper hand against the Los Angeles Chargers with 27:24 at home in Arrowhead Stadium.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for 235 yards and two touchdowns, while his counterpart Justin Herbert recorded 334 passing yards, three touchdowns and one interception.

Chargers offense on pace early

At the beginning of the first half, both teams felt each other out. After a Chiefs punt, Herbert led his team to the opposing 13-yard line and Dustin Hopkins converted the ensuing field goal to make it 3-0 for the visitors.

The Chiefs also struggled to move the ball down the field and had to send punter Tommy Townsend onto the field again. On the Chargers’ ensuing drive, Herbert found fullback Zander Horvath in the end zone to make it 10-0.

Chargers lose Linsley – Mahomes finds his way into the game

After that, the Chiefs also registered offensive claims. Mahomes, who was lucky not to get picked on some of his throws, finished the drive with a 9-yard pass to running back Jerick McKinnon to tie it up. The 7:10 score was the same as the halftime score.

Chargers lose Linsley – Mahomes finds his way into the game

After that, the Chiefs also registered offensive claims. Mahomes, who was lucky not to get picked on some of his throws, finished the drive with a 9-yard pass to running back Jerick McKinnon to tie it up. The 7:10 score was tantamount to the halftime score.

While Herbert, who suffered a rib injury late in the game, found Palmer in the end zone, Kansas City recovered the ensuing onside kick to end the game.

The Chargers (1-1) face the Jaguars in week three, while the Chiefs (2-0) host the Indianapolis Colts.

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